slang an unattractive person

Word Origin for munter

C20: of unknown origin
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  • Now in jolly Scherzo (munter) begin the tricks and sport of babyhood.

  • Mr. Munter mentions that the same practice is common amongst the Patagonians, and the practice extends to adults.

    Folk Lore

    James Napier

  • Without Assessor Munter's unwearied care and assistance—so say the sisters—the undertaking could never have gone forward.

    The Home

    Fredrika Bremer

  • Never before was Assessor Munter so cheerful, so comically cross with all mankind.

    The Home

    Fredrika Bremer

  • I have spoken with Munter on the subject; he has prescribed for me, and does not think it of much consequence.

    The Home

    Fredrika Bremer